Picture of attractive and unobtainable body; dog.
The simplest of things had been unobtainable to them.
Well, the search for the unobtainable just went up a notch.
The first was Tom Ford, a designer whose runways are routinely filled with near-unobtainable glamour.
The uncertainties are substantial, but, given the accounts in these sources, certainty is unobtainable.
Filtered images and unobtainable body standards abound on Instagram and in health and beauty magazines.
The “energy trilemma” dictated that affordable, reliable and low emissions power was practically unobtainable.
He cites recent evidence suggesting that depression or low mood can be triggered by setting unobtainable goals.
Another promise is to help youngsters get jobs, which many think are unobtainable without the right connections.
Autocrats promise the unobtainable, and in 1958 Mao vowed to catapult his country past Britain in fifteen years.
That can make even the cheapest tickets for Xolos matches, which sell for 300 pesos (about $15), an unobtainable luxury.
…most pirate stations was American Top 40 music, which was otherwise unobtainable over national public-service radio systems in Europe.
When we spoke in September, I asked her if she used to resent running in her old discount shoes while others swooshed ahead in unobtainable Nikes.
“They think that good taste is somehow unobtainable because you have to be ridiculously posh, and bad taste is to be feared because you will be judged.
Jessica, whose name was then unknown to them, had been an unobtainable, much-discussed object of desire, an attractive cello player to whom neither man later recalls speaking.
A shop filled with designer lamps has notices reminding purchasers to provide their own light bulb—unobtainable for the past six months, as part of a government campaign to save electricity.
In humans, psychological studies of sets of identical twins, since they are genetically identical, have provided much otherwise unobtainable information on the relative effects of genetic endowment and environment.
As no other European country then offered advertising-supported entertainment and popular music, Radio Luxembourg soon attracted about half of the total radio listeners across the Continent (and many in Britain) with its programs of otherwise unobtainable music and popular drama.
In the decades following the first Sputnik and Explorer satellites, the ability to put their instruments into outer space gave scientists the opportunity to acquire new information about the natural universe, information that in many cases would have been unobtainable any other way.
Matt Hughes, an IT manager who founded the information forum MedCan Support, said cannabis oil had transformed his son’s life and questioned why some dependency-forming drugs with debilitating side-effects were not subject to the same rigid prescribing guidelines that make them effectively unobtainable.
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Matt Hughes an IT manager who founded the information forum MedCan Support said cannabis oil had transformed his sons life and questioned why some dependency-forming drugs with debilitating side-effects were not subject to the same rigid prescribing guidelines that make them effectively unobtainable